The Allure of Chanel (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Franska
Antal sidor
192
Utgivningsdatum
2023-09-07
Förlag
Pushkin Press Classics
Översättare
Euan Cameron
Originalspråk
French
Dimensioner
198 x 129 x 14 mm
Vikt
172 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781805330219

The Allure of Chanel

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The story of Coco Chanel in her own words, as told by her to Paul Morand Told in her own words, Coco Chanel's memories offer a rare glimpse into the mind of one of the most influential women in fashion history. During a visit to St. Moritz at the end of World War II, Chanel shared intimate details of her life, loves and fashion philosophy with her life-long friend, Paul Morand. Only coming to light after Chanel's death, her intimate recollections reveal the secrets behind her success and the captivating charm that made her a true icon
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Its an interesting memoir because it's all about what she thinks not what she did. David Patrick Columbia, The New York Social Diary Morand was a citizen of the world, with a sharp eye and a neat turn of phrase. The Tablet This enchanting, tiny book is the closest anyone can get to a face-to-face with Coco. Its written in her voice (that voice that gushed forth from her mouth like lava) and in her words (those words that crackled like dried vines), and though it's full of lies, omissions and contradictions, theres enough raw truth in it to reflect the extraordinary woman who was Chanel, even though glimpsed shard by shard in a broken mirror. The Spectator Paul Morand recaptures a WWII-era conversation between the author and the fashion icon. Publishers Weekly Morand was the all-round aesthete. Nicholas Lezard, Guardian

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Paul Morand (1888-1976) was born in Paris. After studying at the cole des Sciences Politiques, he joined the diplomatic corps and served in London, Rome, Berne and Bucharest. His first collection of stories, Tender Shoots, was introduced by Marcel Proust. In a long and busy life, he found time to write poetry, novels, short stories and travel books. Morand was made a member of the Acadmie Franaise and died in 1976, the same year that The Allure of Chanel was first published in Paris. His books The Man in a Hurry, Hecate and Her Dogs, Tender Shoots and Venices are also published by Pushkin Press.